The beginning of the IT/electronics recycling process.

Retired assets that are determined to be beyond their usefulness enter our recycling process. Regency recycles over 150 million lbs. of end-of-use electronics annually.

The demanufacturing process begins with systemized dismantling of computers, data center equipment, mobile devices, flat panel monitors, and other electronics. This material separation produces well-segregated and remarketable commodities.

Demanufacturing involves the breakdown and separation of the following materials:

  • Circuit boards and other internal components
  • Ferrous (steel) and non-ferrous (aluminum, copper, etc.) metals
  • Hard drives and other media storage devices
  • Batteries
  • Plastics
  • Various other materials

Using high-efficiency tools and processing, Regency's routing systems optimize the return on e-scrap commodities.